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Sculptural jewelry with lightweight wire, made by Orsini, the Artist of the Month, is on display in this exhibit.
A unique movement and wellness ceneter specializing in Pilates, Pilates based training, Yoga, Bellydance, Acupuncture, Massage Therapy and much more.
Bagby is the pizza place you wish was in your own neighborhood. Pie crusts are cracker thin, pastas and salads are homemade and generous, and service aims to please.
Great drink prices with a no frills look, attitude, pool table and great people.
Light fare combined with more than 120 selections of single-malt scotches and wine.
Greek food--who knew? No greasy rotating column of anonymous gyro meat in this classy cultured pearl of a restaurant. Yes the food is Greek, but it's the food of a seaside gem on some tiny Aegean isle where dinner was swimming in the ocean only hours ago. Black Olive prides itself on using only truly fresh and organic ingredients, simply prepared to allow the food's own excellence to shine. Best bet is to select from the catch of the day, on ice by the kitchen. Have it grilled and served with the Black Olive's proprietary sauce that enhances both the sweetness and salinity of the exquisitely fresh fish. A little savory bread pudding (made with olive bread) on the side is also advised.
Pretty much the place for leveled-up breakfast food in Fells Point. Homemade stuff includes tall, tender biscuits, intensely fruity jam, and very good sausage. Most dishes come with the amazing hash browns. The place is tiny and there's always a wait weekend days, so arrive very early or order to go.
Enjoy crab cakes, seafood, and pasta overlooking the Inner Harbor in Fells Point.
Restaurant in the basement of the Admiral Fell Inn.
Hard crabs, fried seafood, and massive servings of lasagna at a smoky, friendly, and (very) casual watering hole. Value-conscious specials on Sunday (lasagna or spaghetti), Thursday (ribs), and Wednesday (burgers). Serious karaoke on
weekends with 3,000-plus-title songbook.
Listen to progressive and dance music two to three days a week.
When Pierpoint opened in 1989, chef Nancy Longo's little restaurant created quite a local stir. For the first time Maryland food--specifically, Chesapeake cuisine--was being treated not just seriously but reverentially. Seventeen years later the crowds might have thinned, but Pierpoint is still quietly concentrating on dishes that showcase the freshest and most excellent of local ingredients. If it's been a while since your last visit, you'll be relieved to know that the smoked crab cakes are still on the menu, and the Silver Queen corn chowder still reigns as the house soup.
GOURMET HOT DOGS AND SAUSAGES WITH A MODERN TWIST!
The Big Easy ties together jazz, art, and world-class burlesque entertainment.
Look, it's an Irish pub (Slainte) with a tropical-themed bar on the roof. Year-round outdoor drinking and dining.
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